The Note: Mad at the Hunt Club

Columnist George Skelton also Notes Schwarzenegger's newly conciliatory attitude, writing in the Los Angeles Times that "the atmosphere has changed around the Capitol. The air is less polluted." LINK

Politics of Katrina:

It comes from an unlikely source, but the New York Times says that one of the best hopes for rebuilding New Orleans amounts to a big government plan of "grandiose" proportions, which has been proposed by very conservative Rep. Richard Baker. LINK


Susan Glasser was named yesterday as the new head of the Washington Post's Outlook section. LINK

(Note to Susan: let us know when we can start pitching you piece ideas. We are itching to be part of the Glasser Remake.)

Political potpourri:

Be sure to read the Washington Post's Reliable Source today on former Vice President Gore's global warming presentation to Grover Norquist's Wednesday Meeting. LINK

Former White House chef Walter Scheib yesterday denied to the New York Daily News that he served scallops to the First Family against their wishes. LINK

Harvard's 2006 Institute of Politics has announced its spring fellows. They include Jane Campbell, the former mayor of Cleveland, OH, Dotty Lynch, the former senior political editor of CBS News, Ken Cooper, the former National Editor of the Boston Globe, and Al Felzenberg of the 9/11 Commission. Good luck to you all. Note advice: take ANY class that meets in Sanders Theater. LINK

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